Caroline County, Virginia Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Marriages

Caroline County was established in 1728 from the counties of Essex, King and Queen, and King William. It was named for Caroline of Ansbach, the wife of King George II of Great Britain. John Penn, a native of Caroline County, was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • Baylor, John (1706), LWT
  • Estes, Abraham (1757), LWT, transcript
  • Mickleburrough (abstract from burned records
  • Mills, Matthew (abstract from burned records
  • Caroline County Marriages 1787-1852

Digital Images of Wills 1742, 1762 to 1830

Testators: Buckner, William; Chandler, Robert ;Coleman, Richard ;Collins, Thomas ;Dismukes, James ;Gatewood, James ;Gray, John; Hornsby, Reuben ;Kidd, William ;Landrum, Thomas; Moore, Augustine, Land Grant ;Moore, Augustine; Moore, Richard; Murdock, Joseph ;Robinson, Benjamin ;Ship, Lemuel ;Stuart, Henry ;Teal, David;Thompson, John ;Yates, John

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